Save My Seoul: how to counter human trafficking


On any given day modern slavery is happening in urban business districts, suburban strip malls, and rural towns across the US. You are likely to come across human trafficking on a daily basis without even knowing it, the Polaris Project writes:

Join us for a documentary screening and conversation about human trafficking in public, widely transited, commercial front venues. Experts in the human trafficking field will discuss what you can do to take a stand and encourage local elected officials to prioritize the eradication of human trafficking. Come learn how to make a real difference in YOUR community and hear about the strategies task forces and organizations are using to combat modern slavery.

A screening of the documentary Save My Seoul, followed by a panel discussion about the current realities of human trafficking in massage parlors across the United States. Save My Seoul sheds light onto the global sex industry through interviews with traffickers, civilians, police, and survivors.  Join us to discuss the local context of modern slavery in Washington D.C. with experts from the human trafficking field.

The moderator for the evening will be Bradley Myles, CEO of Polaris, and the panelists are:

  • Katherine Chon, Co-founder of Polaris
  • Jeanette Manning, National Association of Attorneys General Program Counsel
  • Alex Trouteaud, Director of Policy and Research at Demand Abolition

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

7:00 pm

Landmark E Street Cinema 
555 11th Street NW
Washington D.C.

Reserve your tickets at Popcorn and a drink will be included with the purchase of the $5.00 screening ticket. For information on ticket fee waivers, please contact


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